A Fine Time for a Rhyme

A fine time for a rhyme

Everything should be going fine, with nothing left about to whine

A good paying job, a wife, a mostly happy life

Health Insurance paid, an occasional marital lay

Privacy in my home, my own helicopter drone

Cats that seem to love me, or who love what I give them for free

Yet, enui is abundant, and my career redundant

I should be content with the money they’ve spent

Accepting the disrespect with grace, the money keeps me in my place

Yet the satisfaction is lacking, so a new plan is unpacking

I will take control of my life, I have a strong business partner for a wife

Corporate indentured servitude is safe, but can make a free spirit’s soul chafe

Break free and live a life with some risks, or to stay safe with only the occasional anal frisk

The picture painted may invoke a depressing image, but I am still in a good spot thanks to my pigmentless privilege

Everything is going to be great, with so much life to live on my plate

Nothing will change until you go all in, simply complaining will never allow you to win


points to ponder


3 thoughts on “A Fine Time for a Rhyme

  1. Hey Mike! Nice blog – and great rhyme!! Lots of great musings in that little poem!! “Break free and live a life with some risks, or to stay safe with only the occasional anal frisk” That’s quite a powerful line and a valid question too many people ask too late in life. Always love reading your stuff.

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  2. Thank you Steve! You are welcome ANYTIME to comment or contribute in any way.

    That line doesn’t need any explanation, does it lol

    Thank you for taking the time to view some of this. I enjoy your views on life, the afterlife, and everything inbetween. Take Care


  3. WOW! Great rhyme, with so many different messages in it! Leads to some questions & answers others!
    A nice read overall. I’ll check back for more. Thanks SIL!

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